Create the kind of workplace and company culture that will attract great talent. If you hire brilliant people, they will make work feel more like play.”
…which is very accurate if we’re talking about a subject like corporate culture.
Whether one has just begun to work in a particular company or is already associated with a firm; the fact that how intensely that person is feeling that sense of belonging is something that counts. Your workplace environment plays a huge role in your overall performance. People aren’t naïve to believe in the “vibe” factor as the employees around are genuinely affected by it.
Therefore, keeping all of these factors in mind, let us further elaborate on how to sustain a healthy corporate culture for the well-being of the employees (and of course, the company as well!)
The value of unity extends to giving back to the community, as demonstrated by Cisco, Salesforce, and many others. Employee collaboration improves when there is a sense of togetherness and community. This community develops unity and in the long run, add to the success of their respective firm.
Employees generally report that their managers and executives are more trustworthy: it is also witnessed that employees at the most reputed companies believe that their management’s actions matched its words, compared to 42% of any typical company.
Managers that are trustworthy, credible and likable have a major beneficial influence on
- Retention of employees
- Overall workplace contentment
- Employees’ productivity to suggest their employer
- Motivating oneself to put forth additional effort at work.
Employees who believe their bosses are honest and ethical are more likely to want to stay there for a long time and are eleven times more likely to think the workplace is fantastic.
What Is A Good Corporate Culture